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Hong Kong's food safety center reports monthly, yearly data

By News Desk

Hong Kong’s Center  for Food Safety (CFS), a unit of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department has released the findings of its food safety report for December 2016 and surveillance information for 2016. Only 13 of 9,800 food samples tested during December were found to be unsatisfactory, meaning the overall satisfactory rate for the month... Continue Reading

States want 'robust partnership' with Washington D.C. on ag

By Dan Flynn

Policy goals for 2017 are being set this week by one of the nation's smallest, but most powerful agricultural groups. The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) is meeting for its Winter Policy Conference, which is expected to bring together about 200 state, federal and private sector ag leaders. The gathering is occurring during... Continue Reading

Raw milk measure buried in Massachusetts legislation

By Coral Beach

Tucked into a rambling bill "promoting agriculture in the Commonwealth" of Massachusetts that includes provisions on joy-riding all-terrain vehicle operators, rain sensors on residential landscape sprinkler systems, and sundry sections on land assessments, re-valuation and taxation, is language to legalize the sale of unpasteurized raw milk. The Massachusetts bill, SD 1796, includes more than 7,300... Continue Reading

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